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    Garbo's Fresh Maine Lobster

    All Garbo's locations have two special bundle collabs with Good JuJu Flower Farm, ready in advance to help celebrate this Mother's Day, featuring 1) "Caviar and Flowers," with Signature caviar & chips, Good JuJu poppy seed packs, and four fresh-cut zinnias ($75) and 2) the "Mother's Day Picnic," with DIY Maine lobster roll kits for two, two cans of Avinyo (Pet-Nat sparkling wine), Signature caviar and chips, and four fresh-cut zinnias ($120). Also, on Sun., May 14, the North location (12709 N Mopac) will be open 11am-3pm, serving their regular menu with specials, with the Bruce Smith band performing live on the patio.
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    Cookie Rich's Gold-Dusted Cinnamon Rolls

    Each of these sumptuous cinnamon rolls from Cookie Rich is freshly baked, frosted, and topped with edible gold dust to add a finish of luxury to this classic breakfast treat. The Gold-Dusted Cinnamon Rolls come in a four-pack, with two classic cinnamon rolls and two chocolate-filled cinnamon rolls. Purchase online, stop in and pick 'em up (May 11-14).
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    Mandola's Italian Kitchen

    In addition to their usual delicious menu, Mandola's offers special Mother's Day items for your best girl, and they're available in-restaurant or to-go: lobster ravioli ($19.50), mini chocolate cakes ($10), cherry gelato, and birthday cake gelato ($10.50/pt, $17.50/qt).
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    SFC Farmers' Market: 20th Anniversary

    In addition to the weekly farmers' market, enjoy live music, crafts, chef demonstrations, and a birthday bash that's been two decades in the making – all free, family-friendly, and in support of the Sustainable Food Center.
    Through May 27. Saturdays, 9am-1pm  
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    Supper Friends: Mother's Day Brunch

    Bring the mother figure in your life to this most marvelous of Eastside dining spots, ready to revive the art of conversation and meet new people: You'll have a placecard reserved for you at a communal table with other guests, and there will be passed hors d'oeuvres (smoked salmon & dill cream cheese on pumpernickel, foie gras tartlet with fig jam, Boursin cucumber cups, and truffled deviled eggs) even before the entrees appear: lobster salad gougères, spinach and artichoke madeleine in puff pastry, a quiche of ham and gruyere (or sundried tomato and feta cheese) with spring salad – and then? Mmmmmm, dessert in the garden (!), featuring a selection of truffles, blueberry scones with clotted cream, lemon lavender shortbread, pastelitos de boda, and blackberry almond bars.
    Sat.-Sun., May 13-14, 10:30am. $55.  

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